Polisario suffers another setback in Spain

According to well-informed sources in the Tindouf camps, the Polisario leaders are at a loss and do not understand the string of setbacks that the separatist front has been suffering, the latest of which...
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Africa: Polisario Devastated by Impact of Mohammed VI’s Speech

According to well-informed sources in the Tindouf camps, the Polisario leadership is utterly devastated by the deep impression left by the moving speech delivered by King Mohammed VI on Tuesday before...
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CIA: Documents that Embarrass Algeria, Polisario

Declassified CIA reports have brought about some teeth-grinding in Algiers as well as in the headquarters of the Polisario in Tindouf. The CIA declassified documents are actually so embarrassing for the...
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Spain: Civil Society Increasingly Hostile to the Polisario

According to well-informed sources in the Tindouf camps, the Polisario leaders no longer hide their desperation as hostility towards the Algeria-backed Sahrawi movement in its historic stronghold in Spain...
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Polisario Does not Understand its Repeated Setbacks in Africa

According to a well-informed source in the Tindouf camps, the Polisario front and its mentor, Algeria, are disoriented and unable to understand the rapid changes in the position of many African countries,...
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Algeria: Polisario Chief Rejoices at Saadani’s Ouster

Joy seems uncontainable in the ranks of the Polisario after the sacking of Saadani Ammar from his position as Secretary General of the Algerian FLN. Saadani’s eviction is presented by the regime’s...
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Polisario: Will Brahim Ghali Cancel his Trip to Spain?

The new leader of the Polisario seized the opportunity of a conference, to be held in November in Barcelona by a so-called “European Coordination” for solidarity with the Sahrawi front, to...
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Bachir Mustafa Sayed’s Case: Tindouf Sahrawis very Skeptical

The brief and intriguing disappearance of Bachir Mustapha Sayed, last week, continues to fuel the doubts of the Sahrawis in the Tindouf camps who do not believe the version of events presented by the Polisario...
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Polisario: Sahrawis Offended by Brahim Ghali’s Submission to Algiers

The Sahrawis settled in the Polisario-run Tindouf camps are offended by the visit Brahim Ghali paid to Algiers just a couple of days after his appointment as head of the separatist front. The Sahrawis...
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Sahara: Zambia withdraws recognition of “SADR”, an appointment bonus for Brahim Ghali

Zambia withdrew its recognition of the fanciful Sahrawi republic “SADR” and severed diplomatic relations with the self-proclaimed entity. The decision paves the way for other Anglophone African...
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